June's throwback Thursday posts featured our past board members, and their collective impact on AIM through their service. The posts varied from a list of board members from a previous year, to a detailed story of how a long-time supporter of AIM became the first board chairwoman. The first post from June 4th, featured a tri-fold brochure with a list of board members from that year in the center. The left fold had one sentence that read "providing assistance to people in need
In honor of AIM preparing to celebrate 30 years of service, we are beginning the celebrations early by looking back at how AIM has grown over the years. Throwback Thursday is one way that AIM can look at how far we have come, but also feature stories that are relevant to where we are today. The social media posts from this month have featured the Food Pantry and we now have the opportunity to look at each of them in relation to where AIM is now! Our first post featured 11 you
AIM hosted its annual Heart for Helping breakfast dedicated to highlighting the giving hearts of the community Thursday February 20, 2020 from 7:30am-9:00am at the Sadler Bereavement and Conference Center in Anderson. The presenting sponsor was Blue Water Carpet Care and a delicious hot breakfast was provided by Raines on Main. In conjunction with the event, several schools and businesses are selling hearts during the month of February for AIM's Heart for Helping Fundraiser.
As AIM quickly approaches a 30-year anniversary, we look back at what struggles the Anderson community has faced, what partnerships were formed to overcome these challenges, and how many lives were changed in doing so. Founded in 1990, AIM opened its doors at 618 S. Manning Street in a rent-free building after several churches and other community members came together to discuss the prevention of assistance duplication to those in need. In order to better serve the needs of t